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Embedded Hardware Engineer, Sh...
Embedded Hardware Engineer
An Embedded Hardware Engineer is required to work within our Sheffield-based team who specialise in low power, high performance designs based on x86, MIPS and ARM technologies. We provide both standard products and custom designs.
My Sheffield based client, are an electronics design company specialising in the design, manufacture and supply of embedded computer systems across a wide range of applications and vertical markets.
The business have manufacturing facilities in China, Malaysia, Canada, USA, Mexico and the UK to support the optimum cost / location model. The Sheffield based R&D team collaborate with a design team based in China on some projects.
As a member of our team your work will be varied and challenging, involving the development and support of board level products and devices. A keen interest in the design and development of embedded systems and devices using leading edge technology is therefore essential. You will be expected to manage your tasks within a team of developers operating to our ISO9001 compliant process. You will use the tools and resources available to design and develop innovative, high quality and cost effective solutions that meet customer requirements. You will play an active role in all stages of product development from concept and design definition through to production.
Design and development of standard and custom embedded processor boards Product specification Board-level bring-up, debugging, testing and system integration Defining and performing verification and validation operations Technical documentation
Degree in Electronics or relevant subject 3+ years design and development experience: o Using x86, ARM or MIPS processors for low power embedded markets o With high speed digital interfaces including DDR2/3/4, PCIe, Ethernet, USB and SATA o Using schematic capture, PCB layout and routing tools o With CE compliant products Ability to interpret existing schematics of digital and analogue circuits Excellent technical reading and writing skills, particularly technical reference manuals
Experience designing and developing: o Parallel/serial camera and LCD interfaces o Analogue circuits, including audio codecs, microphone and speaker amplifiers o Switched mode and linear power supplies
Low level software development OrCAD Capture and OrCAD PCB Editor
Personal Skills and Other Requirements
First-rate organisational abilities, excellent communication and interpersonal skills Must be analytical with an ability to understand and interpret technological concepts Must have the ability to quickly get up to speed on new technologies Must be willing to work to and set high standards within a team Must be willing to travel within the UK and internationally Must be eligible to work in the UK on a permanent basis
Amrec's approach is to deliver a successful recruitment process, built upon the experience of our consultants, who understand their technical areas and use their extensive connections to deliver the right result.
With a wealth of experience, we specialise in placing IT and Engineering professionals into the most sought after roles. Our client and candidate connections are primarily located in the Midlands, North and South of England. Our offices in Leeds, West Yorkshire and Redhill, Surrey are ideally situated for us to offer face-to-face consultation.